I am looking for a good CMS based on Rails that has at least these attributes: 1. Ease of use ( as it will be used by people who are not html literate) 2. Very easy/flexible to change layout. So far I have looked at http://rcms.oopen.de/Home/ (have not installed it yet) http://adminpages.flowdev.de http://demo.radiantcms.org/admin/pages http://www.eribium.org/eribium/ MuraveyWeb does not seem to be active anymore. Anything else around free or paid version? --Jeet
on 2006-06-02 01:28
on 2006-06-02 14:17
Le Jeudi 01 Juin 2006 23:28, Navjeet C. a Ã©critÂ : > http://demo.radiantcms.org/admin/pages > http://www.eribium.org/eribium/ > > MuraveyWeb does not seem to be active anymore. > > Anything else around free or paid version? There's also Spread CMS (http://www.spread-cms.org) but there's no public version available at this time. The first public version should come soon ...
on 2006-06-02 18:24
Does anyone know if there is there an accessible svn checkout for Spread? Looks very good.
on 2006-06-02 20:03
On 6/2/06, Ross R. <email@example.com> wrote: > literate) > > > > > > > -- > Ross R. > firstname.lastname@example.org > _______________________________________________ > Rails mailing list > email@example.com > http://lists.rubyonrails.org/mailman/listinfo/rails > Also Pimki <http://pimki.rubyforge.org/> currently under deveopment by Assaph M.. V. 1.x is a good start. I dont' know at this time how well the upgrade path to 2.0 will go. Assaph, is 1.x in the gem server?
on 2006-06-02 20:37
It appears to still be in design/prototype stage. A CVS tree exists with no code. The concept of containers of active content looks interesting -- perhaps containers themselves would be active content, and thus able to contain containers alongside other active content. Judging by one of the outlines it might allow end users to organize content ( incl. containers? ) from three perspectives: Spatial ( layout? ), semantic, and contextual. http://trac.spread-cms.org/trac.cgi/wiki/Structure...
on 2006-06-07 13:44
RailFrog seems to be picking up momentum lately as well: www.railfrog.com /Shawn